|Field Study Photographs of Sites in Faison, North Carolina - James C. Burke, Ph.D.|
This set of field study photographs was taken in and about Faison, North Carolina on June 30, 2001.This set contains 57 jpeg images and 1 movie clip.
Keywords: Faison; North Carolina; railroad town; pickles; agriculture; cultural geography; architecture
|Lost Landscapes of Detroit 2 (2011) - Rick Prelinger|
Compilation of historical footage showing life, labor and landscape in Detroit, Michigan (1919-1970s). First shown at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) on November 3, 2011.
Keywords: Detroit; Michigan; archival footage; landscape; cultural geography; labor; African Americans
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|Comic Book City, Portland, Oregon USA - Shaun Huston|
Documentary about the community of comics creators in Portland, Oregon.
Keywords: comics; comic books; Portland; Oregon; documentaries; artists; writers; publishers; interviews; place; cultural geography; experimental geography
|Field Study Photographs of Sites in Arizona and New Mexico - James C. Burke, Ph.D.|
This is a collection of photographs taken of the natural and cultural landscape at sites in Arizona and New Mexico.
Keywords: Petrified Forest; Chaco Canyon; Arizona; New Mexico; Valley Fires; physical geography; architecture; cultural geography; lava flow; desert plants; Arizona; New Mexico; Chaco Canyon; Valley of Fires
|West Hill Shops 1.9 - Chris Spaeth|
This video explores the history of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin's West Hill shops during the heyday of small neighborhood grocers. The video is structured as a walking tour along Olive, West Elm, Pearl and Mansfield streets where many of the buildings are still extant and operational. The 1.9 version of the video is heavy on narration and a 2.0 version with more titling and some improved video assets is forthcoming...
Keywords: Chippewa Falls; Wisconsin; history; cultural geography; grocers; small business; Gutknecht's Market; Gehl's Grocery; Midget Grocery; Twirl-In Beauty Shop; West Hill Tavern; Christensen's Florist; St. Joseph's Hospital